draco x wrote:
So this justifies Cap acting like a cop storming a place without a proper search warrant? Still not a good counter argument. I would have accepted this if Cap had tried to Scott and invited him to work something out with Hank, Reed, Tony, Beast, Xavier, etc only to have Scott tell him to go fuck himself. At this point, Cap could then say that at least he tried to be reasonable and then storm Utopia-that would have been better story telling. But with whoever is writing it, it's mostly just fight, fight, fight with a little bit of logic and plot thrown in as an afterthought.
As for Cyclops' recent turn, as far as I am concerned, this is really a Skrull imposter and that the real Scott Summers is somewhere tied up in a basement.
Neither is what you just wrote.
Cyke was the one who elevated this whole thing from the get-go. Bottom line. I really don't need to waste time on Cap calling Scott, only to have Scott ignore his calls, or lie to him, or refuse to accept a meeting - at the end of the day, that's pointless because Cap already tried talking to him during Schism and got nothing, and Cap tried talking to him in AvX. Who cares if Cap showed up at his doorstep? All he wanted was to talk to him. Cyke elevated things by starting the fight. There's no arguing against that. That is what happened. Cap wasn't acting
like a cop.. he pretty much was a cop
, but he didn't abuse his powers, when he easily could. He showed up and tried to talk first.